magazine 27 Sep 2018

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Fancy becoming a millionaire in 30 years’ time? The new issue of Shares shows you how much you need to invest and the required return in order to hit that goal, plus it looks at stocks and investment trusts which might help in your journey.

Also this week: the pros and cons of investing in Fundsmith’s new Smithson investment trust; healthcare REITS yielding circa 4% to 6%; and five ETFs that could help pay the bills in retirement.

The digital magazine also debates the impact of Jack’s on Tesco, what could happen next with Randgold Resources’ merger with Barrick, and whether Aston Martin’s shares are worth a look.

We show you how and when investors could hit the big time

Labour moves towards Brexit position and outlines shares-for-workers plan at annual conference

Qatari deal secures Eurofighter production into the 2020s

Car maker could trade at a material premium to Ferrari based on IPO pricing range

The current deal would see Randgold jump into bed with a business that has destroyed value for shareholders

The investment trust has benefited from major revaluation of one of its portfolio holdings

The online takeaway platform could struggle to grow profits and may be booted from the FTSE 100

Visibility limitations are clear but we think change could come rapidly once the tide turns

More than 7,300 investors and financial advisers voted for best-in-class products

We analyse the IPO prospectus and consider the potential investments for Terry Smith’s high-profile fund launch

We look at the yields on offer from health and care property investors

We look at the tax implications and scenarios where it might be worth doing

New services are being launched to help bring together your accounts and let you better manage your finances

The industry needs to keep acquiring to achieve strategic growth

Stock markets are unusually quiet: so what does that mean?

The stock market reaction has been positive but will it make a big difference to group earnings?

Henderson Smaller Companies has a superb track record of rewarding shareholders

Central Asia Metals is a rare beauty with low operating costs and a potential 6.7% yield

Market has been slow to pick up on potential, but we believe that will change

We look at the options for finding reliable income during your golden years